Advantages and Disadvantages of Hydroponics

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Today’s video is a general overview of hydroponics. I go through the many advantages of growing indoors with hydroponics and a few of the disadvantages. overall I think it’s a good investment to try if you have a little space. I only use a corner of a small basement and I am able to have 8+ shelves with many plants growing.

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Disadvantages of a Roof Garden

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Disadvantages of a Roof Garden. City dwellers wishing to grow fresh vegetables and flowers sometimes opt to plant gardens on the rooftops of homes, apartment complexes and commercial office buildings. While some roof gardens produce healthy foods and flowers with minimal problems, others experience difficulties.

Table of contents Disadvantages of a Roof Garden
Common Disadvantages 00:36
Leakage 01:06
Other Drawbacks 01:29

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Hydroponics

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  • Danny Jaeger

    Good vid. I started with micro greens like you. Still do some, soilless on coco fiber mats. So no nats just cracking into kratcky with some peppers lettuce and tomatoes. Other thing I am trying is clones aeroponic in a bucket and pump with sprayer. Trying for clines on some garden shrubs bushes. Then will see if I can get my hardy kiwis to clone.